For most of 2018 I have been on an N+1 campaign, adding time trial bike, a full suspension mountain bike and a new road bike to my line up. That was N+3, or N+4 if you count my girlfriend's Focus Kao. But as the summer progressed, I started thinking about what my plans are for…Read more 3T Exploro First Ride Impressions
Incompleteness. It sounds so negative. It's essentially my entire work in oil on canvas. I 'finished' one painting, then decided I wasn't happy with it and painted over it. This unfinished bicycle race painting sits in a Rubbermaid box in my storage. It will likely never be finished. I think I returned to the camera…Read more ronde van vlaanderen
To formalize my relationship with Broad Street Cycles, I have been operating my consulting services as Zed Wheel Works Consulting. This is my proprietorship offering a part-time contract custom order wheel building services. I work full time in the IT consulting industry as a senior Solutions Architect for Sierra Systems. Prior to that I was VP Technology at…Read more Zed Wheel Works Consulting
Zed Wheel Works operating as Zed Wheels and zedwheels.com has permanently closed shop. If you'd been following along, you had read about Zed becoming a victim of fraud. That combined with the increased commitment needed to run a shop on his own, Brad decided to close down Zed Wheels. But he's not yet stopped building wheels! Zed has…Read more Zed is dead, but lives on at Broad Street Cycles
Short answer: small businesses, like mine. There are two types of credit card fraud. The first is the classic one that we all think about. Someone has stolen your card, or your identity or both, and goes on a shopping spree buying up everything in sight until the real cardholder contacts their issuing bank. The…Read more Credit Card Fraud: who is the real victim?